The Notify roadmap shows the things we’re working on and when we hope to have them ready for you to use.

Notify is in public beta. This means it’s fully operational and supported, but we’re still adding new features. The roadmap is a guide to what we have planned, but some things might change.

You can contact us if you have any questions about the roadmap or suggestions for new features.

October to December 2019

  • Explore future procurement opportunities across text message and email providers to provide competitive pricing creating greater savings to users and government
  • Accept inbound messages from a user and surface that through an API and through the dashboard
  • Refine onboarding and offboarding processes
  • Enforce password rotation, ensure user has access to email address
  • Complete further security and privacy assessments

January to March 2020

  • Validate compliance to modern internet standards
  • Provide visibility of Notify’s system performance
  • Enhance branding customisation for users on email messages
  • Provide guidance on planning and writing text messages and emails
  • Investigate and provide users enhanced scheduling ability for sending messages
  • Enhance technical documentation for efficient user integration
  • Provide users with greater visibility including audit and reporting information
  • Implement a support management system for 24/7 support
  • Investigate exposing REST API and providing standard specification to allow interoperability
  • Investigate supporting a wider range of software development kits and languages to make it easier for users to integrate

April to June 2020

  • Addition of sending files by email using encrypted links
  • Complete a Discovery and assess the addition of letters to Notify
  • Investigate Single Sign On for authentication

July 2020 onwards

  • Link shortening service
  • Two-factor authentication for accessing files sent by email
  • Specify an expiry period for undeliverable text messages
  • Distribute the delivery of a batch of messages over several hours
  • scalability and performance improvements (message queue)